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, and greece and italy. when it comes time to vote, they will realize, don't ruin a good thing. neil: you would think. a lot of liberal are not great at math, realizing the big return you get from having a competitive economy, a lot of u.s. firms have congregated there and started opening up shop in switzerland, they don't want to chase that away. but some social democrats in switzerland say it is not worth. surely the swiss population must see that is screwy. >> this is why i predict this will be defeated. switzerland is the fourth freest economy in the world, they attract a lot of investment not just banks major multinationals like nestles and schindler, they use switzerland as their location for european manufacturing, and involvement. whether they are u.s. firms or local swiss firms, the swiss people are not going to wreck that, i would hope they shouldn't, you could go back 6 years in the past -- 60 years in the past, and new york was our richest most prosperous state, and yet they have high taxes, they are losing jobs to other states. neil: you would look at france, and some other country
constantly criticizing trying to underfund it and trying to make sure it didn't work. >> i don't think fox news had anything to do with will roll out of healthcare.gov. >> it was all our fault. let me ask --. >> i watched the interview and he is doing obamacare no favors with this wild absurd ridiculously honestly untrue pin. >> he can push back againsting for. >> there has been negative coverage but fox news had nothing to do with the roll out. >> blaming the messenger? >> getting back to the point with the spin that is shown to be false, we have five million chance lakes, five million stories. we only have 27,000 enrollments so the media does not have to go far to find people negatively affected who do not get to see their doctors or go to the hospitals. this story will keep rolling. >> in the face of this we have "new york times" editorials, first that obama misspoke about keeping the land and then it was described as "inaccurate promise." >> pathetic. i don't know how they can write this stuff on the editorial page. go to new york magazine they put together not exactly conservative out
for someone else's words. i don't know why he won't and doesn't admit that they took the words and took credit. this is something you learn in high school. why not remember the ruls and follow them. if you don't set up the words as borrowed, you're taking credit for them yourselves. that's unacceptable. david corn of mother jones and josh is founder of talking points memo. let's get to the evidence that senator paul has plagiarized. this book, "government bullies" complete with paul's picture and name on the top contains a large section lifted verbatim from a heritage foundation report. the copied second, 1318 words, is by far the most significant instance reported so far of paul borrowing language from other published material. well, the website buzzfeed went on to say there is a link to the heritage report in the back of his book but did not say the words were a direct lift. from page 132 of his book, quote, this prosecution also reveals the risks of federalizing criminal law. observers have long warned against allowing the federal government to encroach on the traditional state function of
you like the stink sack? - is it any good? - . you don't eat it. it's a toy, like a wishbone. you know, prettiest girl gets the stink sack. - thank you. - so when's the wedding? - um... actually, we are just friends. - that's what mose said about his lady scarecrow, and look what he did to that poor thing. - hello? - hey. back here. - [laughs] wow. seriously? oh, my gosh. is that champagne? - si, senor. [pop] - oh, jim, i should have told you i didn't get the job. - oh, man. i'm so sorry. are you all right? - oh, yeah. i'm mo than all right. there's just nothing to celebrate? - are you kidding? you're in philly. we're having dinner together. and this is just consolation champagne. it's from the part of france that immediately gave up to the nazis. - [chuckles] - here. - you're very quick on your feet. i remember you. funny. - all right, so tell me all about it. let's get together for the holidays. ♪ come on, people, now ♪ smile on your brother [ female announcer ] rich, creamy, breyers legendary vanilla. making holidays more delicious for over 140 years. making holidays more delici
i had no idea--on the phone, you made it sound kind of dinky. - well, i mean, i don't even have a paycheck yet. it is a start-up, so... these things go down all the time. - if this company's going down, i wanna go down on it. with it. i wanna go down with it. - are you cool to just hang out? - sure, no problem. - yeah? you ready? - yeah. - let's do it. - the pen delivery went amazing, and now i've got all these pens just waiting to unpacked. but pam did not tell me to unpack the pens, and i'm not one of those people who's just like, "uh, sure, i'll accept the pens when they come in," and then as soon as your back's turned, i unpack the pens and get all this credit as some great pen unpacker. on the other hand... they are just sitting here. pam didn't tell me not to unpack them. don't wanna be a busybody, but i don't wanna be a lazybones. busybody, lazybones. busybody, lazybones. aah! my brain is ping-ponging around in my head right now. it's insane. i'm sorry. what was your question again? oh, yeah. no. i've never had an espresso before. they're good, though. - a-bam! my favori
to go in and fix it myself, but i don't write code. >> why can some politicians admit they were wrong -- >> i take full responsibility for my own access. >> how profoundly sorry i am. >> while others can't. >>> on the left, stephanie cutter. on the right kevin madden. in the crossfire, ruth marcus, and grover norquist, who opposes it. is apologizing shrewd politics? or just sorry? tonight on "crossfire." >>> welcome to "crossfire." i'm kevin madden on the right itches i'm stephanie cutter on the left. we have two great guests in the crossfire tonight, gull first let's talk about the president's apology. he's sorry because some americans are losing their insurance plans, and they're costing more. he did promise if you liked your plan, you could keep it, admittedly i've used that line, too, and there's no doubt the administration oversold it, but there are some facts that could be ignored. we are talking about roughly 3% of americans who could be paying more, and their old plans aren't even worth the paper they're printed on. let's not overlook the fact a president can admit a wrong, ap
him yourself. i don't wanna fire stanley. i never said that. i'm certainly not going to do it myself. get those big, baleful eyes staring at me. yikes. okay, just-- cumberland mills? and how did you get my résumé? oh, no, no. i'm very flattered. don't get me wrong. i'm just not sure that it's my official resume, or if it's something that maybe a satisfied customer posted online. what does it say under martial arts training? oh, okay, i'm gonna have to supplement that. could i have your fax number? would i ever leave this company? look, i'm all about loyalty. in fact, i feel like part of what i'm getting paid for here is my loyalty. but if there were somewhere else that valued that loyalty more highly, i'm going wherever they value loyalty the most. so you got the fax? so why didn't you add it to the res-- what do you mean? of course martial arts training is relevant. oh, excuse me. i know about a billion asians that would beg to differ. uh, yeah, i get a little frustrated when i'm dealing with incompetence. well, you know what? you can go to hell too. and i will see you there... bu
for an emergency, call me. i'll be there-- - you know what? i don't know where the years went. 'cause sometimes when i look at my hands, i don't even recognize them. - tell me about it. - whose hands are these? they're not my hands. i don't know. - all right. you know what? maybe we'll just-- - uhh-- - we'll go slow. - no. jim... [bottle clangs] - all right, check it out, huh? [cheers and applause] like a phoenix from the ashes. ksshhhh! - nice. - pretty soon, we're gonna be at the ceiling. - whoo! - can you hand me a card? - um, it's empty. - what? - oh, come on. we could use a blank card. all: no! - that's cheating. - i could get us a complaint. - you? little miss priss? you wouldn't fart on a butterfly. - no, i wouldn't. i can't even relate to that impulse. but i bet i could get us a customer complaint. i'd like to try. - hmm. yeah. - all right. - yeah, go, pam! pam... [all chanting "pam"] - what? why did you call me out here? - the target-- it's oscar, isn't it? he and the senator are gaying each other. - i don't know what you're talking about. - your nostrils tell a different story. they f
to get you back into the "cnn newsroom" with don lemon. >>> hello, everyone, don lemon here in the "newsroom." back now with our live coverage. we're going to learn a lot of new things about what happened in los angeles including a new photograph of the victim. we hope to have that for you within the next hour. we'll begin, of course, in los angeles where we have just learned beefed-up security teams are monitoring l.a.x. airport police are getting lots of help one day after a gunman opened fire killing a tsa officer and bringing chaos to one of the world's busiest airports. >> today in our enhanced deployment for los angeles world airport, los angeles police department has committed additional resources. this morning i met with the federal air marshals and they're providing additional resources for us. obviously today and for the foreseeable future we'll continue our very high profile at the curbs and anywhere in those ticketing areas and anywhere on our campuses. >> we're also learning some new troubling clues emerging about the suspect 23-year-old paul ciancia. a source t
think you're doing? - just gonna call the scranton white pages and clear this right up. - don't you dare, an. [phone line rings] - hello? - oh... - hey, jan. nard dog her - oh, an... - i wasust looking over the paperwork. i found a little hiccup. - really?.. - yeah, it apars my employee offered you a price that he was not authorized to. - hmm. - coolio. - seriously? you're calling me a few weeks after falizing our contract to gouge me now for mo money? is that what you're doing? - coolio. i'm coolio. - no, no, non, i think you misunderstood. - yeah. - i'm coolio. - it's--it's actually just an issue-- - you know what, uh, nard dog? there is an opon in the contract that allows me to back out within 30 days of signing, so i would like to exercise tt option. - no, jan, please do not listen to this boob! member clark.e gave you everything. everything. - jan, i don't know what he's tki about, but-- - tell angela to send me final invoice. - uh-- [click, dial tone] - please, ja--ja-- - h... oh... that was not... how i had hoped that would go. happy birthday! it's a paintg easel! the tide's comin
problematic. >> now it's up to the insurance companies and if they don't deliver, they are the bad guys. >> so is president obama's so-called fix helping anyone or just creating chaos? kansas insurance commissioner sandy pragueer joins us. good evening, commissioner. >> good evening. >> so, tell me. >> nice to be with you. >> the president's administrative fix. is this going to solve things in your state? ened i know you are part of the national organization. first for you? >> it's not going to create a huge problem for us. we did have about 9,000 policies, maybe a little more cancelled or notifications that went out that they would be cancelled at the twinning of 2014. so, i think probably those policies will be reinstated. we haven't confirmed that yet with the companies. but i'm hopeful that -- our main focus is on making sure people don't have gaps in coverage. that's the responsibility that i think all of us as regulators share. >> in terms of the reinstatement, what is the incentive of the insurance companies if they have sent out cancellation notices? what would be the incentive for the
there's a sort of a code of respect among presidents, recent presidents. they don't call each other names like this. cheney, is he exempt there the rule? >> no, he's not exempt there the rule. but he made himself exempt. i don't think you'll hear george w. bush making a statement like that. but dick cheney has a different agenda. first of all, his daughter is run fog are the senate in wyoming as a tea party candidate, rather absurdly, since she's basically from the beltway. and dick cheney is trying to help her out by appealing to the tea party worst. i think that's what's going on, number one. number two i think republicans more generally, chris, have always been infuriated by the high personal standarding of president barack obama. by him sz a candidate. by him as a president. by the fact that he has seen to many of his supporters and to most americans, to be an honest, straightforward, decent guy. and this somehow is especially infuriating to republicans. it drives them crazy, and they're doing everything they can now given the opportunity to try to drag him down to their level.
they insist i get it, they don't want to seem selfish and put themselves on it, but i found things to love about obama care after all. no kidding, you know what, i found out under obama care, i am going to have dental coverage for children. i saw this spot by delta dental from virginia. >> okay, okay. >> great, great. weather where would you like the baby car seat. >> no, i don't have kids. >> it doesn't matter the government said you have to buy it. >> where should i put. it >> smile, smile. >> yeah, you know the fact that my own children are grown and on theiron and have their own children is immaterial. i am man dated to carry dental insurance for the children we don't have. and while you think that is unnecessary, i found out under obama care, i also have maternitiy benefits. yes, (applause) it is man dated and so i am going to have it whether i ask for it or not. some people complain the government forcing me to buy something i can't or don't need much i am a glass half full. i so it as a good thing. i am 58-year-old male, and while it is unlikely that i am going to get pregnant and g
resonates. if they vote that down, they're losing hispanic voters and i don't care who the candidates are. they can vote on a jobs bill. >> well, i hope you agree with my point. the reason they don't want to do that, it forces them to choose between the haters out there who don't want immigrants and what the president is pushing. >> absolutely. but make them vote on that. you know, they're attacking the affordable care act, and you're right. the affordable care act polls better when it's called the affordable care act than it does when it's called obama care. but make them vote on a jobs bill. and another distinction. 41 times the republicans in the house have wasted the nation's time voting to repeal the affordable care act. but they haven't passed a jobs bill. keep sending them jobs bill and make them vote on that. >> i agree with that. yeah. anyway, what i want to do is just change the conversation. because we're not going to get a report card on obama care on health care through november 30th or march. this is going to be an endless, endless woodpecker thing. the governor mentioned vo
points by moderates. they keep relearning the same less some, but they don't absorb it. and i don't think they're going to absorb it. >> i think the definition of a zealot who after they lose said if they'd only done more. cuccinelli was the problem from day one. instead of saying we blew it by running too extreme they say the moderates didn't back the extremists. therefore it's moderate's fault. >> why are they so zealous? they hate rino. >> describe what that is. >> that's a republican in name only. they think the people that are bringing the republican party down. >> so the guy running for reelection in trenton should have gone down to richmond to campaign for the other guy. and since he didn't, it's his fault. >> the people who are the problem with the party didn't help. so that's the problem. cuccinelli, we talked about this last night, was about as good a tea party candidate as you can get. he had statewide name recognition. he's been working in virginia for years. and even so, he couldn't beat terry mcauliffe who i think is a rather tainted democratic nominee. so you can't blame th
to go? several republicans incding me have said that, i don't think any democrats have said. but you are seeing some khinks in thagin the armor. neil: do you think this thing, as we know it, the is dead? this law between the sloppy roll t, prohibited prices for folks, a lot of folks who are switching, it is not wit ready r primetime, they will start over or democrats fighting tooth and nail? >> well, i would certainly not y it is clear that it's either dead or up for major revisions, there is a lot of rhetori talk and promises, but no major changes to the law, the left is still dug in over it i don't think we can declare that victory now, at all. but this law certainly bed on roll out is trouble. neil: reality is, many folks are pang more, about 4 milli fewer americans he coverage since before the law became the law, now reports out yesterday, continuing today, tens of millions of americans on corpore plans might be jettisoned or placed intoublic exchanges a year from now. that does not sound like a law that is sor of picking up steam or helping people more. >> no, it is gone from ba
cancellation notices do deserve and have received an apology from me. but they don't want just words. what they want is whether we can make sure that they are in a better place and that we meet that commitment. i'm the head of this team. we did fumble the ball on it and what i'm going to do is make sure we get it fixed. there have been times where i thought we were kind of, you know, slapped around a little bit, unjustly. this one's deserved. right? it's on us. but we can't lose sight of the fact that the status quo before the affordable care act was not working at all. >> crucial point that has gotten lost in the coverage over the last month. that part of the speech, the fumble the ball part, that's what got the headlines. but the most important thing that happened today was president obama marking a new chapter in the tempestuous frenemy-like relationship between the health insurance industry and his administration. from the very beginning, this has been one of the most complicated relationships in all of politics. up to and including the creation of the affordable care act, the insuranc
. neil: you don't know how many times i practiced that. i am neil cavuto, your own crew, says sorry captain, we' of wantf this sinking ship. tell your passengers that you were full of ship, you never factored in something like an iceberg. you betr ice this health care disaster before it sinks the rest of the country with it. key democratic lawmakers meeti with the president at the white house, pleading for him to day a health care law that is taking on a lot of water of, a lot of problem, souch so they beg their captain to turn it back now. but he said, it's t late. no. forget the icebergs ahead. full steam ahead. if i were you, iould look for a dinghy just saying this thing, is not looking pretty. to john paul dejour said look at the bright side. if you tumble into water he has a lot of hair products that will have your hair bubbling. what do you make of this? members of team brought i are abandoning ship? >> the democrat from alaska said, bad enough, and embarrassing enough that the president could not keep his promise but they are not doing anything to fix it right now. this hit
healthcare law once and for all. the young won't touch it because it is clear they don't like it. remember they are the very oxygen needed for it the source of funds insurance companies say they need to swing it let's say the young avoid it. how does the white house make up for revenues they are not getting for it? it could raise taxes, but that is n happening soon, so they could just bailout insurance companies like we did the banks, they like the banks, not unthinkable in particular if we're in a full-fledged financial meltdown with that law. what all this is getting at, i am getting at is this, those who push this will do anything to avoid the feed on this, that means they will do anything and everything to save the law. not only because it is the law, buzz because if you think about it, it is their law, tir cause, their crowning achievement, do not assume the hiccups meantime is up, and this unaffordable health care act is going down. what is playing o now is dangerous different transaction over who knew -- distraction over who knew what and when, we should be focussing on the secret b
to understand this and follow that. >> i don't have that answer. >> the constitution says i have a right to bear arms. but where i live, i can't do this legally. >> can't we get rid of some of this? the good news is that some entrepreneurs cut through the red tape. >> i chose to be a survivor, not a victim. >> so families have a better experience and i can drive a cab. >> welcome. >> all these people are combatants in the "war on the little guy." >> a certain amount of regulation is good. the problem is they don't stop. >> i would be out of business. >> with every phone call there came more bureaucratic red tape. >> our government adds thousands of new pages of law every year. that's on top of the 175,000 pages they passed in prior years. >> this is just what you see here, just the federal part. states, local governments add much more than this. >> if you wanted to get state, county, and city laws, you need to rent a bigger building. >> this lawyer jeff rose helps little guys deal with the red tape. >> this is an agenda of control for its open sake. that's why regulators do what they do. >> come
with that or not. but i don't see how he does not know that. neil: that is what worries me the most. because if you take that at face value, it means that there's a government going on with freewheeling spies doing their thing, oblivious to or in contempt of, you know, the president of the united states and that is a little unsettling. >> harry truman needs to have the famous plaque on his track that the buck stops here. certainly not with the president who seems never to know about anything. but looking at kathleen sebelius, she still has a job after this big bungle. the bosses away and the cats are going to play. >> the president might be perfectly innocent in his own right, but the staff is running roughshod on him and not only on him by the constitution. >> there's a question as to how engaged the a's. an article about how he likes to invite columnists over to the white house to discuss their columns and viewpoints and sometimes this goes on for 2.5 hours and not sound like a lot of fun. i think i would like to do that and that is not governing. that's not the president of the united states sho
that the majority of the voters in virginia want common sense background checks. they don't want to end the second amendment. but they think we shouldn't be selling guns to criminals and people with psychiatric problems. and from my personal point of view, i represent new york city, when we stop people with guns, illegal guns, more of them come from virginia, sadly, than from any other state. that was one of the factors that convinced me i should put money into this race. >> we've seen more tragedy shooting eventness the past couple of weeks, the l.a.x. incident, the gunman who killed himself in new jersey a few days ago. in a few weeks we're going to commemorate newtown. do you think president obama has done enough to persuade congress, to push this issue that you've been trying to work on so hard? >> i think the answer is no, he's not done yuf, but yes, he is trying as hard as he can. we have not got this done yet and it's not just up to the president. he has stood up and said we should have reasonable background checks. he's pointed joe biden as his go-to guy. we talk strategy. both of the pres
beaxed a 25% and a split decision and the moral of the secession movement is that at first you don't succeed, try again. and likely to be reduced, voters rejecting a 200 million-dollar reovation. you can also smoke pot in portla, maine. and it is a legl recreational activity. and las vegas casinos, in some cases a lack of moderation we will see what both partiessmake of that and whether there is room for a third view next ear and in 2016. >> joining us now toake up the implicationsor both parties, we are joined by jlie buzynski and a "new york post" coluist. good to ave you both with us. let's start with you, a remarkable win for governor chris christie. >> it becomes even more amazing, chr christie who everyone thinks is a good moderate -- he could e both, right? lou: he called himself a conservative. >> but he got 92% of the tea party vote in the polls and that is amazing. >> particularly with some of the things that he said about the tea party. >> a lot of the demoatic core constituents and many of them won by 59-point lou: there was a 19-point increase aswell. >> this is uttin
. and he got there in no small part, thanks to hurricane sandy. but don't take our word for it. >> my pledge to you tonight is i will govern with the spirit of sandy. >> the spirit of sandy that christie evoked so many times last night is one thing. but the facts of the recovery are something else entirely. new jersey received billions of dollars in federal aid to rebuild, and 1.8 billion of that came from the u.s. department of housing and urban development to get people back in their homes. to get that money, christie promised that 60% of the funds would be reserved for low to moderate income households. right now, it appears that chris christie is breaking that promise. of course, we don't know for sure. >> fair share housing center, an advocate group says they're frustrated, and talks of the failure to provide the most basic documents, on why thousands of families have been denied the most basic necessaries since sandy. >> the christie administration has released no information on how the money is being spent. what we do know came out of a lawsuit that alleged that the christie ad
's the other way around. >> they don't care for us. they want to control us. they are narrowing your choices and as a result measures will be forced to find new doctors, new hospitals, new healthcare providers. nobody cares as much about you as obama and his fellow democrats. and to prove it, they are going to coerce you into living in a way they can control you. >> the house oversight committee releasing documents of so-called stress tests done on the site, the obamacare site, showing it could only handle some 1100 users to date before it launched. >> this was a failure to launch that they knew about on september 30th and went ahead anyway. >> sometimes it isn't. sometimes it is. and during those times individuals are able to get information. >> when you promise, carry out your promises. >> when people make a promise they know they can't keep, that's a lot harder to forgive, the. >> the consequences of not telling the truth to the american people i think are eventually the political accountability we are going to see in 2014. that's what scares the democrats. >> all right. so now we have. t
and fitch and don't seem to care and you assume that your customers are at 32-inch waist and chiseled chest. let's just say fat chance. let's also say very good chance. >> it's great to be with you. you are right on par with your analogy. this will cost a lot more money and the will be the one to come around and more the system won't have an increased capacity. >> you're going to make an analysis by paying the penalty. >> you know, legislation was passed. >> it's like he didn't even have to take it, but he's covered because of the law. this is another thing and it's going to go on and on. the sign-up sunk the titanic. neil: it was not all that it was cracked up to be, i will tell you. and particularly, they are saying i told you so, i told you so. everything would play out. >> and then the notion that the butter knife needs to be taken to all entitlements. >> you think that he knew this when he was not up to speed. >> you were governor. and a very special governor. people are taking initiative with something you are doing and it wasn't going to go as planned. they are afraid to tell the emp
entrances to the bridge. >> look at this team of people. >> don't worry, they did this to me one time. >> this is lovely. >> these people are going to come out and they're going to go, clear! did you finally go around? you went through the lincoln tunnel? >> no, we didn't. we went around the whole round about. >> you had to come across the bridge, though. >> we came across the bridge, yes. >> finally came across the gw. >> yes. >> in 20 years, we've never done this, i don't think. >> wow, you look good. >> this is really good. >> amazing. >> andrew probably -- how about the news except there was a big storm this morning. >> it is a bit of a mess out there. in fact, if you're planning on traveling that massive winter storm that dumped snow in the west is now pummeling the east with a lot of wet weather this morning. as you would expect, this is reeking havoc on some thanksgiving travel plans. look out if you're on your way to work this morning, it is going to be a bit of a mess. reynolds wolf will join us from the weather channel in just a moment. you look good. >>> the dow and the s&p
place on the face of the earth. place on the face of the earth. europe looks at us like we don't europe looks at us like we don't know what we're doing - looks at know what we're doing - looks at us like we're crazy. us like we're crazy. >> open nine. >> open nine. >> in this special >> in this special investigation, fault lines gains investigation, fault lines gains unprecedented and exclusive unprecedented and exclusive access to prisons across the access to prisons across the united states and discovers a united states and discovers a booming population of elderly booming population of elderly inmates. inmates. we ask: what's the we ask: what's the true cost of america's true cost of america's "lock'em-up-and-throw-away-the- "lock'em-up-and-throw-away-the- key" approach to justice? key" approach to justice? >> i heard him fall. >> i heard him fall. >> inmates call this the death >> inmates call this the death house. house. the geriatric unit at the joseph the geriatric unit at the joseph harp correctional center in harp correctional center in lexington, oklahoma, holds more lexington
the scene and let the merchants get back in and prepare it for reopening. we don't know yet about tomorrow. all of this, of course, coming on the cusp of the holiday season. guys. >> and after kenya and everybody was worried about the mall, the lone guy in the mall is everybody's biggest fear, obviously. and -- >> yeah. they may say they don't know how the guns got in -- >> yeah, i don't see any way of stopping it if someone wants to bring a -- you know, it's a free country. that's one of the downsides to being in the united states, i guess, is that -- >> yeah. that's -- >> down side to freedom. >> that said, joe, we talked to security officials after the kenya attack, you'll remember. and a lot of them said that the perimeter is supposed to be well out into the parking lot. but they're supposed to be looking for people who are coming in, looking for people exhibiting any signs. and, clearly, if this gun was not concealed, there will be questions about where they didn't catch it. because it's not just once you get into the doors of the mall, it's the parking lot and actually beyond that. >
're finally going to vote in favor of plans that don't provide decent insurance. it is kind of crazy. and it shows you, michael, just how far the debate has gone off the rails. the republicans don't know what to do about the 45 million americans without insurance. or the tens of millions of americans who couldn't get good insurance because of pre-existing conditions and scam jobs. so that's a big picture instead we're focusing on what jonathan rightly called a slice of the issue. which is a problem. it's a small problem. but we're not talking about the big issue which is how do we have a decent health insurance system for all americans. >> to your point and speaking of crazy, republicans have denounced president obama for his lack of clarity when it comes to a small piece of the insurance market. yet they have unveiled some of the many lies about the law. here's a sampling from just this year. >> you said it's the most dangerous piece of legislation in the history of the united states. >> yes, i think so. >> i'm asking if you think -- >> let's repeal this failure before it literally
,000. as for the state-run exchanges that have been working better less than 80,000 signed up there. we don't know how many, if any of the people have paid for the plans as opposed to saying they want them and putting them in the shopping cart. meantime tax-pair funded health care is popular. the medicaid roles spiking by nearly 400,000 people. look at the disparity there. the biggest number of all, now more than 5 million americans who have lost their health insurance despite president obama's pledge that if you like your health care plan, you can keep it, period. now those 5 million and maybe more have roughly 30 days to find something or they will start the year without any coverage at all come january 2014. marc thiessen is a former speechwriter for president george w. bush. put the numbers from perspective for us. >> the white house bragged today that 27 million people visited health care.gov since the launch. 27,000 have signed up. that's a fail rate of .1%. kathleen sebelius had the nerve to say the marketplace is working. if they were in a real marketplace and they had that kind of sales rate
. first of all, to those who don't know forbes, how big is forbes? how many employees? >> we are a a little under a thousand. we have really down sized this immediate web age. our web site is flourishing but the print side is not nearly as big as it used to be. so we have been going through two storms. one is the economic storm, the obamacare storm and what's happening with the web. so, our whole business model has just been thrown out and so we have gone through turbulent times so we are a smaller company but today we are now a very profitable company. thank goodness. you say turbulent. if you you have some idea of what's going on. are things certain enough owe obamacare for you now. >> decisions have to make a decision a year from now if we ever get rules of the game in determining what kind of plans we can offer. we have had very generous plans in the past up right now. fins, we give our people $2,500 a year cash that they can use for their healthcare. and if they don't spend it, they get to keep it so they have an incentive to keep costs down. we don't know if that's goin
. >> i appreciate geraldo's honesty. do you regret voting for him? do you feel betrayed? >> no. i don't oppose the tax. i know people hate the verb we owe. i believe america is a blend of capitalism and free enterprise and a bit of soc.liialism. we have to take care of the elderly -- >> we do it already. the average american is giving such a large percentage of income. gallup, 47% of americans now say they cannot trust their president. billy cunningham, a majority of independents think the president of the united states deliberately lied to them. >> he should have said yesterday, i am not a crook. i am not a crook. that's what he should have done. it was that bad. he blatantly lied because the code of federal regulations and a bunch of government statutes said in 10, 11, 12, there will be millions of americans who lose their health insurance. he lied to get it passed. >> all we are doing doink is saying he lied. are we going to look at the train wreck and say, oh, it's a train wreck, it's a train wreck. yes, sean. he lied. we can all agree with that. >> if the everything is predicated
. and here's what the sheriff had to say just a short time ago. i'm told we don't have that sound. but erin, i'm also told we do have now 911 tape recording of the call from george zimmerman girlfriend as she called in, in a very aggravated state at the time when she was describing to authorities that george zimmerman had pointed a shotgun at her, barricaded the door behind her. >> 911. >> i need police right now. >> okay. what's your address. >> you're the one breaking stuff in my house! >> ma'am? what's going on? >> he's in my house breaking all my [ bleep ] because i asked him to leave. he has a freaking gun breaking all my stuff right now. i'm doing this again. he just broke my glass table. you put your gun in my freaking face and told me to get the [ bleep ] out because this is not your house. now get out of here. >> reporter: and authorities say that was the voice of samantha, the girlfriend of george zimmerman. this was her house where this altercation took place. and the investigators are telling us that george zimmerman they believe had been living at this location since august. er
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mild to moderate nausea and vomiting. so don't wait. attack the flu virus at its source. ask your doctor about tamiflu, prescription for flu. ♪ >> this economy would roar like a rocket if people knew what the rules were and the rules weren't designed to slow us down. >> i think now more than ever a crisis of uncertainty. >> uncertainty. >> uncertainty. >> things we are certain of aren't so great for small business. >> as a small business owner, i'm used to getting the dirt kicked on me. >> obamacare is probably one of the biggest job killers we have as it relates to business. >> obamacare under employment. >> i sent in 50 more resumes but the only thing i have been able to come up with is this one part-time job. >> i have sent out a couple resume as week and i have been at it. >> hostess as a diner and doing a bunch of part-time jobs until something full time comes up. >> what i would like to see is lower taxes and less regulation. >> the biggest thing that washington can do to help me he is get out of my way. >> still work hard and continue to do great things. >> companies acro
. - let's get darryl val. - i hope you don't mind me bringinyou out here. i can't get my knees under a desk. - are you kidding me? i could literally scalp tickets to this. - well, you think you could sink one from deep? - listen, i don't mean to intimidate you, but i did play a little high school ball. - okay. wow. halpert's got game. all right. [cell phone rings] - oh, sorry. i'm so sorry. this is my wife. cai take this? - if it's your wife, you better take it. - right? [laughs] hey, what's up? everything okay? - oh, no. everything's great. um, i was just calling to see, uh, how the meeting went. - oh, it's still happeng right now, actually, so-- - he's, uh, really making you work for it, huh? - yes, it is very stressful. are you sure everything's okay? - great. i am killing it over here. [splat] jim, i gotta go. - okay, bye. so sorry about that. - oh, no problem. hey, jim, what size do you wear, man? i got a pair of japanese nikes with your name on 'em. what do you think? - i love it. - once it's all over your head, just leave it there for four hours. that will be enough time for t
of legislation this year. still on the sunday shows, democratic leaders stood firm. >> i don't think you can tell what will happen next year. but i will tell you this, democrats stand tall in support of the affordable care act. >> i think what you saw in the 39 people, maybe 9 people had real serious concerns. the fact of the matter is about 30 of them, and i've talked to them were insulating themselves against sound bites. >> i want to bring in "the new york times" political reporter nicholas confessoy and erin pallone. nick, you wonder, at this point, is it fair to say there may be democrats who would vote for repeal? >> well, you know, the question is repeal over what? right? it's a really big bill. i'm kind of skeptical that we're going to see a push for full repeal among democrats. we're talking about some of the coverage provisions, right? some of the provisions that apply to being denied things, things that require conditions. you're going to have democrats who are going to go on the record and vote against a lot of that among other things. also prevent you from denied care for being sick
. >> unfortunately, i don't think too many cab drivers were talking about this. i wish they were. >> right. but it did get frothy and combined with the fed and people talking about that this was all pushed up by an accommodative fed around the world, the market ended up high. the ecb cut rates yesterday, the fed is still moving and the market closed down 150 after twitter priced. people do start saying, wow, there are some toppy things happening here. maybe they take a little bit off. when is the last time we had our 10%er? >> we haven't. and i need to do some more work on this. >> there were two public funds that owned private shares of twitter and they actually went down yesterday. >> that's weird, too. >> weird, too. >> and watching the other ones that were totally overheated, they went down, as well. >>> disney, i don't know, do we really care about a small company that barely does anything any more? no. disney is pretty important. >> yeah. >> disney, old media. an awesome company. very well managed. posting better than expected results after the close. the nebs were held by higher vis
, but you won't own it forever. and i pray god when the democrats take back we don't make the kind of naked power grab you are doing. >> and yesterday they made that naked power grab. how funny is that? >> in a big way. serious too. because the complexion of our senate, the complexion of how we think about laws in this nation is potentially going to change. you go from violation of democratic principles, right, that would worsen partisanship, that it will ruin our country, that you're praying it wouldn't happen -- joe biden. but mr. president today. yesterday a huge shift so they're against it. and yesterday president obama had a revelation. listen to this. >> today's pattern of obstruction just isn't normal. it's not what our founders envisioned. a deliberate and determined effort to obstruct everything, no matter what the merits, just to refight the results of an election is not normal. and for the sake of future generations we can't let it become normal. >> here's why they say they did it yesterday. because they say the president can't get any of his nominations for the courts past this
&p futures up by 1.5 points. joe mentioned there are a few tests for the markets today, so why don't we take a look at the calendar on the economic side. we'll get the s&p case-shiller index-home prices for september at 9:00 eastern time. later, the consumer confidence number is released for september. we were originally speccing housing starts at 8:30 eastern today. permits will hit the tape, but the government is delaying the starts and completions again. they are still blaming the shutdown for this. the commerce department now plans to share that information on december 18th. >>> we go from the economy to earnings. this morning's horts include hormel, tiffany's, and barns & noble. >>> also, other market related news, takeover premiums are shrink to go historic lows. "the wall street journal" reports more than 9300 deals and so far this year the average premium has only by 19% of a target the week before. that compares to a historic average of 30%. among those factor tos are booming economy, a worry interest rates will rise. market vaum is an issue. you have to look in two different places
't working right they don't necessarily know it. it's a small group of folk who is may be disadvantaged but it is scary for them. i'm sorry they are finding themselves in this situation based on assurances they got from me. >> host of power play on fox news.com live. chris, what do you make of that? >> it's not much of an apology. it's apologyish. he's sorry people find themselves in this situation based on essentially misinterpreting what he said. that they could have been clearer -- he and his team could have been clearer. but he didn't go to the core issue here. the apology. he wasn't facing torkamada in the questions. the point here is yours. a willful decision to hide an internal, ideological choice to blow up millions of insurance plans. they withheld that from the american people during an election. the president was asked are you sorry about misleading people. he said, i'm sorry if people are in a situation as if he's a bystander. >> a passive voice. like i can't believe this happened. i'm not sure how it happened, but he didn't take responsibility for making it happen by the mi
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